Essential English, Volume 3
This comprehensive English book provides lessons and exercises for a wide range of students, including secondary pupils in Grades 7 and 8, advanced ESL students, and more senior pupils needing revision of basic skills. This final book in the series revises the parts of speech, and then progresses to advanced grammar, punctuation, sentence analysis and parsing. More complex exercises are provided in comprehension, spelling, vocabulary, conversation and writing technique, including poetry analysis. This book is ideal for home study, and is also suitable for the mixed-ability, multicultural classroom.
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Why English Has So Many Words sc as s eon Suffixes ious eous Suffixes Collective Nouns How Did the First Humans Make Language?
My First Parachute Jump ous Suffixes com con Prefixes Parts of the Body Talking about Yourself Personal
Subjects Finite Verbs
Objects Transitive Verbs Page 36 Ch 5
My Fathers Life y as Long i dis Prefixes Nouns into Adjectives Easily
Science Should Be Compulsory for the School Leaving Exams ex Prefixes Antonym Prefixes Verbs into Nouns Education at School and at Home Per...
How to Write a Haiku Poem ar Suffixes em en Prefixes Adults Young Masculine Feminine
The Jabberwocky ise Suffixes cede ceed sede Suffixes Academic Vocabulary Literary Tricks of the Trade Poetry Analysis
Voice Mood Parsing Analysis
How Does Matter Become Degenerate? ea as Short e Tricky Words Ascending Order Antonym Prefixes Stars Planets and Galaxies Explanation
Writing Practice Pages 86 92 Chs 12 14 Conversation Topics Page 89 Ch 13
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